South Hill on Madison

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Low-Rise Condos/Townhouse in Toronto

Madison Ave, Toronto, ON

The magnificence of the Toronto area inspired the development of South Hill on Madison, and residents cherish the connection it provides!

This condominium and townhouse building project was built by Burnac Corporation, a notable property developer in the country with a distinct portfolio of downtown Toronto condominium properties. This lovely house on Madison Avenue in Toronto, Ontario, was built in 2016.

South Hill on Madison is a seven-story building with 159 units starting at 765 square feet. Northgrave Architecture Inc. oversaw the architectural portion of this project, while Boychuk Fuller curated the interior design. This condominium is near the living comforts that many wanted and sought, as well as being in one of Toronto’s most prized neighbourhoods.


Maintenance Fees

  • Est. Maint $0.52 / sq ft / month
  • Locker Maint
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  • Est. Property tax 1% of the price / year

Deposit Structure

  • Total Min. Deposit 5%
  • Deposit Notes $5000 on signing
  • Balance to 5% due 30 days after signing

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South Hill on Madison is nestled in a lovely neighbourhood that has a walk score of 88 out of 100, earning it the designation of Walker’s Paradise from the City of Toronto. Daily errands do not necessitate the use of a car because everything is right at your fingertips. This neighbourhood offers a variety of city conveniences, such as restaurants, cafes, live music, art galleries, boutiques, and much more.

There’s a lot to see and do in the neighbourhood. A 15-minute walk will take residents to Yorkville Village, which is located in the heart of Bloor-Yorkville, Toronto’s luxury shopping district. This shopping mall shares a diverse and distinguished selection of unique stores in a vibrant and contemporary space. Madison’s South Hill residents can enjoy local parks like Glen Edyth Parkette, Boulton Drive Parkette, and Poplar Plains Park for relaxation after work or to observe the lush surroundings. Golf is also a popular pastime, with Flemingdon Park Golf Club and Don Valley Golf Course being less than a 22-minute drive away. These parks provide a peaceful escape and a chance to clear the mind.

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The area has a transport score of 88 out of 100, indicating that travelling in and out of the city is convenient for most trips. The TTC has done an outstanding job of serving the community at this location. Residents may reach the Dupont subway station in 5 minutes by walking straight outside the property. Trains run north and south from Dupont, with a trip down to Union Station taking around fifteen minutes.

Spadina Road, which is divided into streetcar tracks, vehicle lanes, and bike paths, allows motorists to travel smoothly, even south through the city center. For flights, the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport is only a 17-minute drive away.


South Hill on Madison not only provides additional city life comforts, but it is also home to some of the finest schools at all levels. The best primary and secondary schools are only within walking distance. Postsecondary students can further their studies and prepare for their future by enrolling at famous universities such as the University of Toronto and Knox College, which are less than a nine-minute drive away.

Toronto real estate investment offers wealth growth opportunities due to rising interest rates and increased demand for rental housing, making it an attractive investment option for homebuyers and investors.

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Burnac Corporation


Burnac Corporation is a Canadian family business that has been creating Toronto’s best boutique condos for almost thirty years. Burnett founded this multi-generational enterprise in the 1940s as a wholesale food deliverer, with the name Burnac Corporation far from his thoughts. Among its many businesses are mortgage finance and jewelry retailing. Burnac then began making commercial improvements in the 1980s. As a result, the country now has a full roster of shopping malls. But this developer is not one to rest on their achievements. Burnac opted to enter the emerging luxury condominium industry in Toronto in the 1990s.

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